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Old 30th January 2021, 00:27   #1  |  Link
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how come there are no manufacturers bringing a new Blue Ray to the world?

how come there are no manufacturers bringing a new Blue Ray to the world?

every forum in the world repeats the question What's going on with Blue Ray?
any promises to eARc are worth nothing because manufacturers are deleting DTS
See article here

although there are many new streaming channels, Blue Ray Panasonic or sony do not bring these channels like Apple, sports channels, Disney and more ...

there are new Android-based devices for watching streaming / Blu-ray
but I do not know in what quality?

UHD3000 HIFI 4K UHD Media Play

Dune HD Max Vision 4K

there is no serious site that checks their quality
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Old 30th January 2021, 09:01   #2  |  Link
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What do you mean by "blue ray"?
  • discs
  • players
  • technology

The physical world is gonna disappear, for this prevents the studios selling many times the same thing. One buys once a disc and watches no matter how many times, he can sell it, inherit it, donate it - "digital rights" are temporary and personal. I have heard more stories on how transmitting these failed rather that on how these succeeded.
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if I want to transfer an Ultra Blue Ray calibration disk to the device
UHD3000 HIFI 4K UHD Media Play

what is the best Blu-ray Ultra copying software?

my disk and I own
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I like DVDFab Passkey myself.

I understand MakeMKV also works well and is a free option (currently).
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Old 17th February 2021, 13:17   #5  |  Link
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For anyone interested, Tascam have released their (rack mountable) BD-MP4K player.

Here are some links to UK suppliers: -

Buy | Tascam BD-MP4K Professional 4K UHD Blu-Ray Player
Tascam BD-MP4K Blu-Ray Multimedia Player

And here's a link to a long-standing A/V supplier based in Germany: -

Tascam BD-MP4K

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Zidoo Realtek 1619 based models are much discussed here: http://forum.zidoo.tv/index.php?foru...rtd-1619dr.54/

And for the Dune, however not about the Max Vision 4K but its little brother Pro Vision 4K Solo, I'd keep track on this thread: https://www.avsforum.com/threads/dun...-solo.3180599/

Both forums enjoy the presence of knowledgable members.
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Old 31st October 2022, 18:52   #7  |  Link
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Because physical media are bought by a technologically conservative segment of the population. Anyone else either uses streaming, or downloads MP4/MKV files, or downloads Blu-Ray ISOs from the internet and plays them using PC software. Sure, there is the occasional person who buys physical Blu-Ray discs to put them next to their vinyl and CD collection, but these people are rare. Indeed, DVD sales have surpassed Blu-Ray sales.

Sony had a chance to combine DVD and Blu-Ray in one disc, as they did with SACD (which was an ordinary CDDA layer that ordinary CD players can read) and sell those things as fancy DVDs, but they didn't. So now Blu-Ray is a niche format.

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